Kendjam is a fly-fishing destination located in the state of Amazonas, Brazil. It is known for its rich biodiversity and large populations of Peacock Bass, a prized game fish for fly anglers. The area is also home to several other species, such as Arawana, Payara, and other species of catfish. Fly fishing in Kendjam is mainly done in the flooded forest, the black water streams, and rivers. The best time to fish is between June and December, when the water is at its lowest, making it easier to spot the fish. Several lodges and outfitters in the area offer guided trips and fishing equipment.
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